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The neighbors who, at night, when some one lay drunk in the street, moaning and groaning in that typical French ivresse that you were propaganded to believe did not exist, would open their windows and then the murmur of talk.
Je rougirais de men ivresse Si tu conservais ta raison!
Admiral Keppell spoke, and so did Sir E. Dering, drunk, sicut suus mos est; but he says in that ivresse des verites vertes et piquantes.
According to Feneuille, spigeline is bitter, nauseant, and purgative, and produces a sort of intoxication (ivresse).
Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
_Reasonableness_, instead of French _ivresse_, or even Shakespearian
Love -- you observe, the highest _Reasonableness_, instead of French _ivresse_, or even
For what woman of flesh and blood can seriously maintain through life the rôle of sham attendant on sham sensations, and play public celebrant of other women's loves and lovers, singing, or rather saying, nothing more enlivening than: "Oh, madame!" and "Ah, madame!" and "_Quelle ivresse!